Sit-in tent is on its 8th day, the resistance continues

Dozens of members of the Civil Council in the town of Al-Garniya and its villages participated today in the activity of the sit-in tent set up by the Youth Council of al-Tabqa and the Young Women's Union, which entered its eighth day in protest against the occupation of Afrin.

Al-Tabqa Youth Council and the Union of Young Women in the city of al-Tabqa continue their sit-in, which entered its eighth day in the sit-in tent, denouncing the practices of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in Afrin, and the attempts of the occupation to divide Syrian territory.

During the visit of the delegation, Mustafa Al-Nasser co-chair of the People's House in Al-Mahmoudi of the town of Al-Jarniya delivered a speech on behalf of the Civil Council in al-Jarniya and its countryside, confirming that they will stand with the youth a solidarity stand against the terrorists of the era and the colonial government as he described.

Mustafa al-Nasser added that Turkish state building the partition wall in Afrin only increases our strength and determination to liberate every inch of Syrian territory.

"The Syrian Democratic Forces, which have defeated the biggest terrorist force in reference to Daesh, are able to liberate every inch of the occupied Syrian territory," Nasser stressed.

He concluded his speech by stressing that the resistance continues including the political movement, and resistance of empty intestines in Turkish prisons.

After the speech, a footage was shown describing the events of the occupation of Afrin and the violations of human rights by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries.



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